Raising awareness among Tarwi producers of Anzaldo and Acasio about the effects of Climate Change on Agriculture (Sociodrama)

Agricultural production in the municipalities of Anzaldo and Acasio requires greater attention from farmers to combat droughts, hailstorms, and attacks by pests and diseases, increasingly intense due to the effect of climate change.

In this context, the Project "Resilient Production, Marketing and Consumption of Cañahua and Tarwi" funded by Euroclima+ of the European Union, has been spreading Best Resilient Agricultural Practices, with the aim of improving the production conditions of Tarwi cultivation and making local agricultural production systems more resilient. In this context, a socio-drama was prepared with the aim of raising awareness among farmers and local authorities about the effects of Climate Change on Agriculture.


    Capture décran 2021 01 11 à 09.57.57                                                           

                                                                      Farmers from the Mollini Centro community participate in a Sociodrama


" After having seen the sociodrama, we recognise that agricultural production in our communities is not easy and even more so when drought, hailstorms and pest and disease attacks have increased... The sociodrama fully shows us what's going on with our production..." Primitivo Pardo, farmer of the Mollini Centro – Anzaldo community.

"In the sociodrama, we have seen the difficulties that are arising at this time for agriculture... I'm very happy to learn..." Martha Virreira, farmer of the Taracucho – Anzaldo community.

"The sociodrama, shows the reality of agriculture in our communities... many of us do not properly manage our crops and are expecting good harvests... that is why we must have the capacity to respond to the attacks of climate change" Basilio Meneces, farmer of the community of Mollini Centro – Anzaldo.

More information

Pablo Jesús Rossendy Roja, Communicator of the Euroclima Project - "Resilient Heritage of the Andes, Cañahua and Tarwi", This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Photo caption 1:


Contact us

European Union
Expertise France office: 73, rue de Vaugirard - 75006 Paris. GIZ office: Rue Archimède 61, 1000 Brussels, Belgium.

Expertise France: +33 1 70 82 73 57
GIZ: + 32 2 710 1937

Implementing Agencies

giz deutsche

logo expertise france22